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The Stamp Act & more on the troubles in America...



Item # 628404
THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, London England, December, 1765 This issue has a great wealth of reporting from America, most focused on the Stamp Act and the growing, troubling relationship between England & the colonies.
Among the articles are: "The Grievances of the American Colonies Candidly examined. Printed by Authority at Providence in Rhode Island" and "On the Privileges of the Americans" and "The Importance of the Colonies of North America & the interest of Great Britain with regard to them, considered, Together with remarks on the Stamp Duty" and "The Right of Taxing the Americans considered" "Proceedings of the Americans, an Account of the Stamp Act" and "The Claims of the Americans impartially represented."
These articles are  in addition to various news items from America, one of which notes: "...More of the stamp papers are arrived but the Governor has solemnly declared that he neither has power to distribute them himself nor to order or appoint any other person so to do, or even to unpack the bales.", plus other items.
The photos below show only a small portion of what is a great wealth of text on the American situation.
This issue is complete with the foldout plate called for.
Complete in 52 pages, some pages mis-numbered but all are present, 5 by 8 1/4 inches, in nice condition with full title/contents page.

Category: The 1600's and 1700's

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